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  1. Re: Looking for safe strong aluminum wheel cleaner on Ford wheels

    Machined; anodized; clear-coated.

    •I’ll suggest:
    Mothers Polished Aluminum Wheel Cleaner, anodized aluminum wheel cleaner, all wheel cleaner

    -It’s formulated for all types of wheels:
    -You...
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    Re: When you lose money but it’s ok

    •From the pictures:
    -the Camaro looks great!


    •Along the same lines:
    -I’d have to see an array of photos of this
    “F-bomb dropping” female to see if losing
    money on this job would be worth...
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    Re: stupid girls and maybe car dings?

    •Thanks for sharing your intimate knowledge
    of Asian girls’ abilities, (or lack thereof), when
    it comes to their operation of motor vehicles.

    •Now that I’m armed with this information;
    and,...
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    Re: Remove swirls white Clothes Dryer?

    :iagree:

    Electroplated; Powdercoated; Epoxy Appliance
    Spray Paint—thin coat no matter the process.


    •IMO:
    -Instead of trying to buff out the scratch(es), it
    might be easier to lightly sand...
  5. Thread: Wheel Cleaners

    by FUNX650
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    Re: Wheel Cleaners

    Either one of the below product-lines’ wheel
    cleaners will be safe on not only the wheels
    you’ve pictured, but also totally safe for just
    about any/all OEM wheels.

    • P21S WHEEL CLEANERS gel...
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    Re: P21s/Maguiar’s Ultimate Wax

    Yes I do.

    Finish Kare has a particular line-up that
    consists of three specific products that
    they call, on the whole:
    “The Big White Marine System”.


    Bob
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    Re: What will your next ride be?

    Unless the good Lord’s willing (and the
    creek don’t rise), it just may be this:

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/7EE5DE87-7846-4E2D-9237-293DDDEC9A20.jpeg


    Bob
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    Re: P21s/Maguiar’s Ultimate Wax

    IMO:
    -While both of these products are well-suited
    for garage queens, I am going to suggest the
    below as another “means to an end”.

    ********************************

    1.) After washing the...
  9. Thread: Cuba

    by FUNX650
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    Re: Cuba

    I suppose if a person living in the USA has a
    strong desire to polish a lot of Ladas, Cuba
    might be preferred over traveling to Russia.


    Bob
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    Re: Wow did we forget 9/11

    >>>I shall never forget.<<<

    My prayer is that the below artifact
    will always serve not only as a somber
    reminder of that god-awful, cataclysmic
    day; but, also that ‘history’ won’t find a ...
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    Re: Topper Removal Product

    •IMO:
    -A “Test Spot” should be part and parcel of
    what I’ll refer to as experimental Coating
    toppers’ removal products/processes.

    -With that in mind:
    Give P21S Total Auto Wash (TAW) a try....
  12. Re: FinishKare BWM-1 (FK1000p) for wheels or anything else?

    •If the thorough cleaning of the steelies includes
    fixing the rust spots (via sanding; painting; etc.)...
    then, IMO, applying FK1000P afterwards would be
    an excellent choice for a last step...
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    Re: What Got You Into Detailing Cars?

    •In the Spring of 1958, my Dad proposed that
    if I would wash and wax his 1950 Chevy 2-Door
    Sedan on a regular basis, he would “help” me get
    a new bicycle from our local Western Auto Store.
    ...
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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Since I use it, I’ll recommend Tuf Shine’s
    tire brush; and it’s only $5.00!
    TUF SHINE Tire Brush


    Bob
  15. Thread: Windex?

    by FUNX650
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    Re: Windex?

    Yep...they’ve been discussed here on the
    AGO forum, off and on, for over 14 yrs.

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/3A45BAE4-25CE-4911-B38C-6CA41B576DE4.jpeg


    Bob
  16. Thread: Windex?

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    Re: Windex?

    Ammonia-Free Windex has been around for
    ages. Here’s some in their newest “packaging”:

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/A8C975BC-2864-4B4C-8546-E67EA006F27B.jpeg


    Bob
  17. Re: Can we copy links from others gallery's to use as reference materials for new threads?

    I’m not Mike; nor do I have any administrative
    authority...but, so far, this is how I have given
    proper credit—whenever I have used a fellow AGO
    member’s pictures/photo links—without a hitch or...
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    Re: Tricks to "sealing" these metal wax tins?

    Here’s how mine looks out in the garage right now;
    and it’s sealed up tight as a drum. (As a reference
    point: When I hear the lid go “pop”—it’s on!)

    ...
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    Re: Tricks to "sealing" these metal wax tins?

    I told you it was some powerful stuff.
    (Hard to put the genie back in the bottle,
    so to speak.)

    *******************************

    •To reseal the lid on a tin of FK1000P:

    -I sometimes have to...
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    Re: Musings after attending a car show

    ^^^ :goodpost: ^^^

    Also:
    I appreciate your :g:cool::cool:d attitude:

    :dblthumb2:


    Bob
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    Re: Musings after attending a car show

    Thanks for your kind words Mike.

    [/Quote]
    Sorry, but...No...That’s not me in that group photo.
    I wasn’t part of that particular Detailing Team (I’m
    not a Professional Detailer).

    (Nor am I...
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    Re: Musings after attending a car show

    •JMO...
    -but perhaps you should widen your scope of view.


    •Here are a couple of teaser shots of our C6’s/C7’s
    exhaust tips—shoot, as a bonus: I’ll throw in one of
    the Wife’s C5’s...and a...
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    Re: Musings after attending a car show

    •I have mostly attended: “The All-Comers Are
    Welcome” and “All Proceeds Go To Charity” types
    of car shows—events where I know in advance
    that there will be very few actual Show Cars
    present....
  24. Re: Review: Dr. Beasley's NSP Z1 - One Step Primer & Nanocoating with Ti02 & Si02 + Composite Engineered Abrasives

    IMO:
    This product should do the trick:
    Dr. Beasley's AdvanceCoat: Gloss

    https://www.autogeekonline.net/gallery/data/500/FD91F127-A58C-4CE8-B7C8-AA615C98713B.jpeg



    Bob
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    Re: Is Graphene the next big thing for coatings?

    •I found this section of the overall article
    to be quite interesting.

    -Especially interesting in the way that another
    detailing products Manufacturer vainly, IMO,
    attempts to separate...
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